Published: Mon, June 26, 2017
USA | By Cassandra Hanson

Mom left kids in hot car to 'teach them a lesson'

Mom left kids in hot car to 'teach them a lesson'

The children were later found dead locked inside the vehicle.

The children's mother, Cynthia Marie Randolph, was arrested Friday in Parker County, TX, and faces two felony charges of causing serious injury to a child.

She then broke the auto window to make it look like the children had locked themselves inside, and she was trying to rescue them.

Cops said Saturday that, since the incident, Randolph has acknowledged that she left her children in the auto intentionally.

All the more shocking are the allegations that 24-year-old Cynthia Randolph locked 1-year old Cavanaugh Ramirez and 2-year old Juliet Ramirez in the vehicle last month in order to teach the little girl "a lesson".

Randolph proceeded to go inside the house where she smoked marijuana then fell asleep for two or three hours. The temperature was reported to reach 96 degrees on May 26.

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Randolph is being held in the Parker County Jail.

Randolph had originally told investigators that she had been folding laundry and watching television in her rural home west of Fort Worth while the boy, Cavanaugh Ramirez, and his sister Juliet Ramirez played in a back porch, according to a criminal complaint. At that point she found her children dead in the vehicle; she says she broke a window to make it look like an accident. The children were found unresponsive and later died before medical personnel could save them.

In later interviews with Randolph, the sheriff's department said she "created several variations of the events which led to the death of her children", according to the Dallas Morning News.

She then told officers that she had to break a window and rescue the children, then called 911, authorities said.

Both kids were pronounced dead at about 4:30 p.m., according to FOX4. A bond has not been set, and we don't know whether or not she's hired an attorney.

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